[kde-edu]: Parley (KVocTrain) Expiring

Peter Hedlund peter at peterandlinda.com
Sun Sep 23 17:36:29 CEST 2007

I think it's meant to be an automatic way of resetting the grades. That
is, how long it should be before previously achieved knowledge is
considered expired and you have to start over again because you might by
then have forgotten. If the current code actually does this, I don't

Since grades can be reset by other means the expire function is maybe not
vital, but if it can be made to work I would probably prefer it to stay.
Most user requests I have had concern having a powerful Leitner system,
which this of course is part of.

Either way, the decision is yours Frederik.


On 9/23/2007, "Frederik Gladhorn" <frederik.gladhorn at gmx.de> wrote:

>Hi all!
>If you used KVocTrain before, you might know (eventually) that there is 
>a "feature" called expiring.
>After discussing it for a while, we didn't have the feeling that this feature 
>is needed.
>Actually we did not even find out what it is supposed to do to be honest.
>Looking at the code, it just ignores some threshold settings.
>Unless there is real opposition or any reason to keep it, say "good bye, my 
>friend" and expiring will be gone.
>Opinions please.
>If there are none, I'll remove it on tuesday or so. Very soon anyways.
>(with the code removal chainsaw in hand)

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